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Last year we had the pleasure of joining Lowe’s for a fun even with Nate Berkus and Valspar paint.
Designing your kitchen space can seem overwhelming at times, especially in the beginning stages. You can save A LOT of time, stress and angst if you hire a kitchen professional that works in this field of design. Once you make that time-saving decision, here are 5 questions you should make […]
We’ve listed our favorite virtual room design tools and near the top of the list is the AutoCAD Freestyle. This software lets homeowners create accurate, professional-looking drawings that can be shared with contractors and even input into professional CAD programs that engineers work from. Whether you’re tearing down walls or […]
Our ongoing series from kitchen designer Cheryl Clendenon continues as she answers this common question. “I have already thought everything through and won’t have any decisions to make” If you are someone with design knowledge or your architect, if you have one, has already walked through every detail with you, […]
We’re kicking off a series from kitchen and bath designer Cheryl Clendenon who runs her own award-winning design shop called In Detail and also takes the time to blog. In this series Cheryl is going to share some answers to popular questions for folks considering hiring a designer. We touched […]
This backyard deck is a bit too much for us. It’s a great concept designed by Thom Faulders and it’s obvious a lot of work was put into designing and building it but we prefer a calmer atmosphere when relaxing in the yard as opposed to one that makes you […]
I love my finish nailer. Well, I don’t really love it, but I like it, I enjoy it, I find it useful for creating the world’s most perfect crown molding corner (a future blog post, for sure). But do I bring out the pancake compressor and finish nailer to drive […]
The Kitchen Designer has been an avid reader of the New York Time’s blog the Dream House Diary which chronicles a couples experiences while building their dream house on Anna Maria Island in Florida.